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Crowdsourcing Seminar

Schedule

Lecture Wed. 13:30 - 15:00 Z613

Practical

Fri.13:30 - 15:00Z613

Course works and credits

Credit will be given based on a presentation of a research topic of choice, as well as the setup and analysis of an experimental study using crowdsourcing. The presentation should include the theoretical foundations, the design of the experiment, and the data analysis of the results. In addition a written report containing this material must be provided.

The participation in the practical is necessary to proceed with the experimental study. It serves as a hands-on session and is partly used to help with problems that have been encountered and discuss challenges and how to solve them.

Schedule

Lectures:

Date Title Speaker
26.04.17 Introduction and discussion about topics for the seminar Franz Hahn
03.05.17 Introduction to Crowdsourcing Franz Hahn
10.05.17 Discussion of Crowdflower Platform Franz Hahn
17.05.17 Practical Examples of Crowsourcing Projects in the Multimedia Signal Processing Group Franz Hahn
24.05.17 No Lecture-
31.05.17 No Lecture -
07.06.17 Further Crowdsourcing TopicsFranz Hahn
14.06.17 Evaluation of Results Franz Hahn
21.06.17 Quality Control Mechanisms Vlad Hosu


Practicals:

Date Title Speaker
28.04.17 No practical Franz Hahn
05.05.17 Introduction to Crowdflower Franz Hahn
12.05.17 Experiencing a Crowdsourcing Experiment                                                             Franz Hahn
19.05.17 Setting up an Experiment #1 Franz Hahn
26.05.17 No practical -
02.06.17 No practical -
09.06.17 Setting up an Experiment #2 Franz Hahn
01.07.17 ANOVA Exercises Franz Hahn
07.07.17 Video Playback (JQuery) Code
07.07.17 Show/Hide items for x seconds Code

Prerequisites

None, if taken as a master course. If taken as an advanced course in the bachelor program:

  • basic math courses offered in our bachelor programs
  • algorithms and data structures
  • introduction to computer science including programming

The data analysis of the results of the practical part will be explained using toolsets written in MATLAB. If you wish to use a different programming language, be aware of the fact that little help in bug-fixing can be provided.

     

LaTeX Templates

For the submission of your reports, please use the sig-conf templates from the acm package found on this page.

Matlab Access

University of Konstanz is a member of the state-wide Matlab agreement. University staff as well as students may use the software including all tool boxes for non-commercial, academic research and education. The software may be used on university workstations as well as on private computers. More information can be found on State-wide Matlab agreement page.